Psycho II (1983)

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TitlePsycho II
Year1983
CountryAustralia, USA
GenreHorror (Movies)
CollectionSerial Killers
FranchisePsycho (1960 -2017)
Run Time1h 53 min
Director

Twenty-two years after his killing spree, Norman Bates has overcome his delusions and accepted that his mother is dead. Having never been convicted of murder—he was found not guilty by virtue of his insanity—Bates is released from a mental institution by the court, after being deemed mentally sound. Marion Crane’s sister Lila, the widow of Marion’s former lover Sam Loomis, vehemently protests Norman’s release, but her plea is dismissed. Against the advice of Dr. Bill Raymond, Norman takes up residence in his old home behind the Bates Motel. He reports to a prearranged job at a nearby diner, where an old lady named Emma Spool works. After work, a young waitress at the diner, Mary Samuels, has been thrown out of her boyfriend’s place. Norman offers to let her stay at the motel, then extends the offer to his home when he discovers that the motel’s new manager, Warren Toomey, has been using the motel to deal drugs. He immediately fires Toomey.

Norman’s assimilation into society appears to be going well until he begins to receive mysterious phone calls and notes from “Mother” at the house and diner. During a work shift, a drunk Toomey picks a fight with Norman, who suspects him of leaving the messages. Shortly after, a figure in a black dress stabs Toomey to death as he is packing to leave the motel. Becoming increasingly sympathetic to and impressed by Norman’s fight to keep his sanity, Mary takes up permanent residence in a guest room at his house.

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Psycho II
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Cast:

Anthony Perkins Anthony Perkins
Norman Bates
Vera Miles Vera Miles
Lila Loomis
Robert Loggia Robert Loggia
Dr. Bill Raymond
Meg Tilly Meg Tilly
Mary Loomis
Dennis Franz Dennis Franz
Warren Toomey

Twenty-two years after his killing spree, Norman Bates has overcome his delusions and accepted that his mother is dead. Having never been convicted of murder—he was found not guilty by virtue of his insanity—Bates is released from a mental institution by the court, after being deemed mentally sound. Marion Crane’s sister Lila, the widow of Marion’s former lover Sam Loomis, vehemently protests Norman’s release, but her plea is dismissed. Against the advice of Dr. Bill Raymond, Norman takes up residence in his old home behind the Bates Motel. He reports to a prearranged job at a nearby diner, where an old lady named Emma Spool works. After work, a young waitress at the diner, Mary Samuels, has been thrown out of her boyfriend’s place. Norman offers to let her stay at the motel, then extends the offer to his home when he discovers that the motel’s new manager, Warren Toomey, has been using the motel to deal drugs. He immediately fires Toomey.

Norman’s assimilation into society appears to be going well until he begins to receive mysterious phone calls and notes from “Mother” at the house and diner. During a work shift, a drunk Toomey picks a fight with Norman, who suspects him of leaving the messages. Shortly after, a figure in a black dress stabs Toomey to death as he is packing to leave the motel. Becoming increasingly sympathetic to and impressed by Norman’s fight to keep his sanity, Mary takes up permanent residence in a guest room at his house.

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